Arwen Lynch wrote a great piece about the tarot Eight of Cups called Stagnation Makes me Giddy. I love Arwen’s writing style, and her take on the cards.
Do you know James Ricklef? He is a well-known reader with a style like no other. Check out some of his Pithy Tarot Meanings.
How Passions Are Revealed in Tarot
The tarot suit of Wands is associated with the element of Fire, so each Wands card in some way speaks to passion.
There are other cards that we can interpret to discuss our passions, hobbies and spiritual and creative endeavors. Here is a list of some of them.
The Three of Cups can indicate a passion for music, dance, party planning or entertaining.
The Three of Pentacles can indicate passion for one’s career.
The Six of Pentacles can indicate a passion for charity and community involvement.
The Six of Wands can indicate a passion for sports and athletics, or a competitive nature.
The Six of Swords can indicate a passion for science and discovery.
The Nine of Pentacles and the Seven of Pentacles can indicate a passion for gardening.
The Ten of Pentacles can indicate a passion for one’s home and décor.
The High Priestess can indicate a passion for studious and meditative spiritual development.
The Chariot can indicate a passion for vehicles and travel.
The Moon can indicate a passion for occult studies.
The World can indicate a passion for ecology.
What’s up at the Psychic Café?
On July 28 we enjoyed an encore presentation of our March 10th show, featuring an interview with Dax Carlisle, founder of Tarot Guild.
This coming Sunday, August 4, will encore our show from February 17th, with fiber artist yogini Kianga Jinaki and music by String Band.
Since beginning Christiana’s Psychic Café in December of 2012 I have enjoyed sharing a diverse group of talented people with my growing audience. We have enjoyed hoop dancers, astrologers, energy healers, musicians of all types, tarotists, artists and writers at the Psychic Café.
I will return on August 18th with a live show and a very special guest, Jennifer Seick.
Christiana has been a full-time tarot professional for more than twenty years, and is the author of two books about tarot. In 2008, Christiana was granted the title of Tarot Grandmaster by the Tarot Certification Board of America. Christiana provides readings by phone, Skype, and in her office in Lutz, Florida.